Affect, Animals, and Autists: Feeling Around the Edges of the Human in Performance (University of Michigan Press, 2018).

Performing Bodies in Pain: Medieval and Post-Modern Martyrs, Mystics, and Artists (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010).

“Affect and Autism in Post-Realist Theatre,” in Performing Psychologies: Imagination, Creativity and Dramas of the Mind, eds. Nicola Shaughnessy and Philip Barnard (Methuen, forthcoming 2018).

“Mapping Abramović: From Affect to Emotion,” in Performance, Feminism, Affect and Activism in Neoliberal Times, eds. Elin Diamond, Denise Varney, and Candice Amich (Palgrave, 2017), 133-45.

“The Thais Scenario: Public Women, Penance, and Performance,” Research in Medieval and Renaissance Drama (ROMARD) 54 (2015): 7-24.

“What Happened to the Black Dog?” in Animal Acts, ed. Una Chaudhuri and Holly Hughes (University of Michigan Press, 2014).

“Le Mystère de Saint Sébastien’s Villain: ‘No Cuckoo is a Sparrowhawk’,” in Les Mystères: Studies in Genre, Text and Theatricality, ed. Peter Happé and Wim Husken (Rodopi, 2012), 147-66.

“Furry Cartography: Performing Species,” Theatre Journal 63.2 (2011): 191-208.

“Whipping up Community: Reworking the Medieval Passion Play, from Ron Athey to Mel Gibson,” in The Renaissance of Medieval Theatre, ed. Véronique Dominguez (Academia Bruylant / Université Catholique de Louvain, 2010), 219-38.

“Looking, Listening, and Remembering: Ways to Walk New York After 9/11,” Theatre Journal 58.3 (2006): 395-416. Gerald Kahan award (ASTR, 2007). Shortened version published as “Ways to Walk New York After 9/11,” in Performance and the City, ed. D.J. Hopkins, Shelley Orr, and Kim Solga (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009).

“Antigone’s Bodies: Performing Torture,” Modern Drama 46.3 (2003): 381-403.

“Painful Processions in Late-Medieval Paris,” European Medieval Drama 6 (2003): 65-81.

“Spectator Response to Images of Violence: Seeing Apollonia,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 27 (2001): 7-20.

“Acting and Answerability,” in Method Acting Reconsidered, ed. David Krasner (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000), 81-95.

“Performative Pornography: Annie Sprinkle Reads Her Movies,” Text and Performance Quarterly 19 (July 1999): 236-47.

“Impassive Bodies: Hrotsvit Stages Martyrdom,” Theatre Journal 50.4 (December 1998): 473-87. Excerpt included in Bedford Introduction to Drama, 4th ed., ed. Lee A. Jacobus (Boston: St. Martin’s Press, 2001).